What is a Conservation Easement? A conservation easement is a voluntary legal agreement between a landowner and a land trust (Loon Echo) or government agency that permanently limits uses of the land in order to protect its conservation values. Landowners retain many of their rights, including the right to own and use the land, sell it and pass it on to their heirs. Find out more HERE.
|Conservation Easements||Year Acquired||Acres||Location|
|Cold Rain Pond||1991||141||Naples|
|Helen Allen Farm||1991||61||Casco|
|Pleasant Mountain North Peak||2003||14||Bridgton|
|Robert H. Clark||2005||17||Bridgton|
|Pondicherry Trail Easement||2009||0||Bridgton|
|Black Brook Bog||2012||210||Denmark|
|Perley Mills Community Forest||2015||129||Sebago|
|Perley Mills Community Forest||2015||1488||Denmark|
|Total Conservation Easement Acres||2,572|
Interested in putting a conservation easement on your land? Learn more here and send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, call 207-647-4352, or stop by the office.
- Perley Mills Community Forest- Bridgton, Denmark and Sebago is owned and managed by the towns of Denmark and Sebago and is open for public use. Loon Echo holds a conservation easement on this property.
- Pondicherry Park – Bridgton. The 66-acre park is owned by the Town of Bridgton and open for public use. Loon Echo holds a conservation easement on this property.